I don't type very well, and since they did the same to me, I know how to cut and paste. This company will call with a very good pitch about receiving magazine subscriptions, and promise a gift of sorts. It's a scam! A few days after I talked to them, I was hit with a charge of $49 Apparently this has happened to many people as I have read. The only difference with me is they called the day before Christmas, on my cell, while I'm at a company party not particularly enjoying myself. It sounded like a good deal, like "Netflix for magazines" choose any one you want at a substantial savings! When the "three days to cancel" had come up, it included the extra Monday Holiday 12/26/11 !!!
I cancelled my card Wed. 12/28/11 so they couldn't get another payment, and when their papers arrived so I had a number to call, they said I couldn't cancel. I said "I am canceling, I've cancelled my card."
A year later, I'm still getting calls from their "Collection Agencies". I collect the phone numbers from around the country that call without leaving a message. (If someone knows, me they'll say something.) Then I assign the funniest ringtone I can find (crickets) & "Them Again!!!" in my directory, and just turn them off.
They will not get another credit card number for a service they never provided. I suggest you do the same.
Here are those phone numbers for the "Them Again!!!" collection agencies:
* (252) 370 - 9003 * (224) 623 - 8282 * (863) 634-9679 * (956) 249-1578 * (814) 562 - 1253
I'd like to make them sorry they called me. I'll post more numbers as I get them.